Hi Joe, here's the bit you're missing to make them appear bigger for people;
Part 2: How to make an attached thumbnail appear larger and inline
- Click the image to make it bigger
- Right-click on the image and select "Copy Image Location" (in Firefox) or "Copy Shortcut" (in IE)
- Click "Edit Post" and position the cursor where you want the image to appear, then use the "Insert Image"
icon and Paste (Ctrl+V) the shortcut into the dialog and click "OK"
- Click "Save Changes" button.
(if you attached more than one image, repeat steps 1-3 for each to get the bigger images inline)
Last edited by Dave Humphries; 7th August 2011 at 08:26 AM. Reason: added image inline
On # 2....Nice contrasting elements...pity about the socket on the wall socket and bin....they distract.
Thanks for the suggestion MOD. I will try that next time.
Michael, I will have to go back and try it again and try not to include the socket and bin. Thanks, Joe
IMO.....much better, what do you think ?
Thanks Michael! I like this one much more. I just cloned out the socket,then cropped out most of the bin, then cloned it out. Thanks for your input.
Hi Phillip. Yes it is.
Joe, you have shown that these old lenses can be fun to use. You might be interested that, a few weeks ago, I got an old Pentax-A SMC 28mm f2.8 lens - it cost very little on eBay but it is in good as new condition. It has been enjoyable to use this little prime as a standard (42mm) lens - here are a couple of shots in Hemel Hempstead:
Old Market Hall
Hi Philip. Yes these lens' are very fun to use. That new lens of yours takes some very beautiful shots. I will try to post one that I shot at night(sooc?) that I really like.
Joe, your last posted photograph, and the other images in this thread, show how these old lenses are capable of reproducing wonderful colours, even if the amount of light is limited. They can certainly be recommended to anyone willing to take the risk of focusing manually!
very beautiful shot zulkarnain.
You guys are having great fun with these new (old) lenses. They can still produce the goods!